LJ Talks to Bill McKibben | Debut Spotlight

Bill McKibben’s life’s work has centered on environmentalism and writing. His first nonfiction book, The End of Nature, published in 1989, is widely considered a classic in the field. Now, he’s taking a turn to fiction almost 30 years later with his debut novel, Radio Free Vermont

Home States, Red States, Mental States, Brontë Estates | What We’re Reading

In the lead-up to Halloween, “What We’re Reading” staffers check out some subtly scary and satisfying reads.

Q&A: Beth Moore, Author of The Undoing of Saint Silvanus

Beth Moore makes her fiction debut with The Undoing of Saint Silvanus, a mystery about a New Orleans apartment house, its odd residents, and the family who owns the building.